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    An amazing album: found this 40th anniversary edition!


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    It's safe to say that all those bands had at least one masterpiece. Aqualung is def Jethro Tulls.

    all the best...

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    Thick as a Brick was an outstanding album also......



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    I like Songs from the Wood as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kay-gee View Post
    It's safe to say that all those bands had at least one masterpiece. Aqualung is def Jethro Tulls.
    all the best...
    Thanks kay gee! I agree!

    Quote Originally Posted by js218 View Post
    Thick as a Brick was an outstanding album also......
    Jim
    Thanks Jim. I agree also!

    The songs on the Aqualung album cover a variety of musical genres, with elements of folk, blues, psychedelia and hard rock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olimpass View Post
    The songs on the Aqualung album cover a variety of musical genres, with elements of folk, blues, psychedelia and hard rock.
    Locomotive Breath, Aqualung - great tunes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olimpass View Post
    Thanks kay gee! I agree!



    Thanks Jim. I agree also!

    The songs on the Aqualung album cover a variety of musical genres, with elements of folk, blues, psychedelia and hard rock.
    Not many groups have a top 40 hit in 5/4.

    Living in the Past was a pretty good album too.

    Ah ,the olden days.
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    Great band...great show. Saw them in Oakland in the early '80s.

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    Saw Ian Anderson jam with Tull for 20-30 minutes while standing on one leg like a friggin stork! His signature posture. Weird, but so cool.
    Last edited by G-man; 07-01-2015 at 09:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-man View Post
    Saw Ian Anderson jam with Tull for 20-30 minutes while standing on one leg like a friggin stork! His signature poster. Weird, but so cool.
    I'm guessing Yoga.
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    My brother in-law was a huge Tull fan. He was diagnosed with colon cancer. One of the things he wanted to do while he could was to record a Tull Tune. This started as a midi file. My friend replaced all the guitars with real ones, sent me the files, I layed down drum tracks. Finally my brother in-law did the vocals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmandelbaum View Post
    My brother in-law was a huge Tull fan. He was diagnosed with colon cancer. One of the things he wanted to do while he could was to record a Tull Tune. This started as a midi file. My friend replaced all the guitars with real ones, sent me the files, I layed down drum tracks. Finally my brother in-law did the vocals.

    http://www.robertmdrums.com/mp3/aqualung.mp3
    Sounds great..............definitely something to be proud of.

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    One of the more interesting interviews of Anderson with a review of his impressions of all his drummers:
    http://www.tullpress.com/mddec90.htm
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